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Communication with the Board

If you would like to communicate with members of EA's Board of Directors (including members of the Audit, Compensation or Nominating and Governance Committees) please follow the instructions below. Please note that the following Board communication options are not intended for customer support inquiries. If you have a customer support inquiry, please click here:

  • For general communications, please click here.


  • EA stockholders wishing to recommend candidates for director, please click here.


  • To report concerns about accounting, internal auditing, securities laws and other related matters, please click here.

General Communications with EA's Board of Directors

Stockholders wishing to communicate with EA's Board of Directors as a whole, with a committee of the Board (such as the Audit, Compensation or Nominating and Governance Committees), or with an individual director may do so by sending an email to StockholderCommunications@EA.com** or by sending a letter to EA's Corporate Secretary:

EA Corporate Secretary
Electronic Arts Inc.
209 Redwood Shores Pkwy.
Redwood City, CA 94065

Attn: Stockholder Communications

** Please note that the Stockholder Communications email address is not intended for customer support inquiries. If you have a customer support inquiry, please click here.

Stockholder communications will be reviewed by EA's Corporate Secretary to ensure that they constitute legitimate stockholder communications. Generally, a message will be considered a legitimate stockholder communication unless it is clearly:

  • unrelated to the business of EA, the functions of the Board, or a director's service as a director;


  • an advertisement or promotion of a product or service;


  • patently offensive or threatening in nature; or


  • from a source that EA's Corporate Secretary has reason to believe is not an EA stockholder (e.g. "spam").

EA's Corporate Secretary will forward any legitimate stockholder communication to the director (or directors) for whom it was intended. Stockholders wishing to recommend a candidate for director for consideration by the Nominating and Governance Committee should follow the instructions under Director Candidate Submissions.

Director Candidate Submissions

EA stockholders wishing to submit director candidates for consideration by the Nominating and Governance Committee may do so by writing to:

EA Corporate Secretary
Electronic Arts Inc.
209 Redwood Shores Parkway
Redwood City, CA 94065

Attn: Director Nominations

To be considered by the Nominating and Governance Committee in connection with EA's annual meeting of stockholders, the names of stockholder-recommended candidates must be submitted to EA not less than 120 calendar days prior to the anniversary of the date on which EA's proxy statement was released to stockholders in connection with the previous year's annual meeting. When submitting the name of a proposed director candidate for consideration, stockholders must also provide the following information:

  1. The name, address and telephone number of the stockholder making the recommendation;


  2. The amount and nature of record and/or beneficial ownership of EA securities held by the stockholder, including the amount of time such EA securities have been held;


  3. The name, age, business and residential address, educational background, current principal occupation or employment, and principal occupation or employment for the preceding five (5) full fiscal years of the proposed director candidate;


  4. A description of the qualifications and background of the proposed director candidate, which addresses the minimum qualifications and other criteria for Board membership approved by the Board from time to time and set forth in EA's Corporate Governance Guidelines;


  5. The amount and nature of record and/or beneficial ownership of EA securities held by the proposed director candidate;


  6. A description of all arrangements or understandings between the stockholder and the proposed director candidate relating to the proposed director's candidacy;


  7. A representation that the proposed director candidate would be considered an "independent" director under applicable Nasdaq rules;


  8. The consent of the proposed director candidate (i) to be named in the proxy statement relating to EA's annual meeting of stockholders and (ii) to serve as a director if elected at such annual meeting; and


  9. Any other information regarding the proposed director candidate that may be required to be included in a proxy statement by applicable rules of the Securities and Exchange Commission.

EA's Nominating and Governance Committee may request any additional information reasonably necessary to assist it in assessing a proposed director candidate.

Raising Concerns About Accounting, Internal Auditing, Securities Laws and Other Related Matters

EA's Audit Committee has established specific procedures for the receipt, retention and treatment of suspected violations of, or complaints or concerns about, the financial reporting obligations under EA's Global Code of Conduct, internal accounting controls, accounting or auditing matters, and/or the federal securities laws and regulations (collectively referred to as "Accounting Matters"). You may confidentially report suspected violations of, or complaints or concerns about, Accounting Matters to the Audit Committee by contacting EA's General Counsel at (650) 628-1500 or by writing to:

General Counsel
Electronic Arts Inc.
209 Redwood Shores Pkwy.
Redwood City, CA 94065

If you would prefer to remain anonymous, you may make a report to the Audit Committee by (1) calling 1-800-249-5916 (in the US) or (503) 748-0520 (outside of the US), or (2) using our anonymous, third-party online reporting tool at https://secure.ethicspoint.com/domain/en/report_custom.asp?clientid=8089. Anonymous submissions should contain sufficient information to permit the Audit Committee to pursue the matter.